The verdict on the revised EYFS.
The wait is finally over; the revised, slimmed-down EYFS has landed, and the verdict – by and large – is positive. Both NDNA and the Pre-school Learning Alliance expressed satisfaction with the document as a whole, which has also been endorsed by Dame Clare Tickell, who carried out the Government’s initial review. Areas of concern remain, PSLA chief executive, Neil Leitch, for example, highlighting parental worries about new progress checks for 2–3-year-olds, and noting further ambiguities introduced as a result of the framework’s downsizing. His overall view that “the revised EYFS is good news children, parents and practitioners”, however, will please both government and reassure the sector as a whole.
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